Zoë Rose Jennings

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April 15, 2022

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ROSEMARY DAUGHTER AND THE REST OF HER LIFE Debuts at the Minnesota Fringe Festival

Written by and starring Zoë Rose Jennings with consultation from co-star Calista Robinson, Rosemary Daughter and the Rest of Her Life is an irreverent queer musing on what it's like to be personally betrayed by your childhood heroes. Inspired in part, of course, by the-fantasy-property-that-must-not-be-named, but watchable by fans, non-fans, and haters of said property alike.

Fringe reviewers gave Rosemary Daughter five stars, describing it as "gutsy," "thoughtful," and "fun."


Zoë Rose recieved her B.A. in Theatre Arts from Coe College in 2018, with minors in Creative Writing and Gender Studies. After spending four years in Iowa, she is delighted to be home in the Twin Cities and performing! Favorite roles include Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, Sylvia in Sylvia, Nick Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream, and multiple roles in orginal plays written by the sixth-graders of Horace Greeley Middle School in Astoria, Queens, whom Zoë had the pleasure of helping instruct during her 2017 semester in New York City.


Rosemary Daughter and the Rest of Her Life, Persephone (Lady Chamberlain Productions)

DirectorWorks Showcase, Devised Role (ArtsNest)

Tartuffe, Dorine (Lady Chamberlain Productions)

Night of the Living Poutine, Gina (Performance Anxiety Inc.)

Leave No Trace, Hiker 2 (Performance Anxiety Inc.)

24:00:00 Xtreme Theatre SmackdownDora (Theatre Unbound)

The Live Radio Collection: Episode II, Molly, Machine (Speck of Dust)

Improv! In the Venue,  Performer (Speck of Dust & Backwards Thinkers)

God of Carnage, Veronica (Coe College Senior Seminar)

Much Ado About Nothing, Beatrice (Coe College Mainstage)

A Real Super Time, Poe (Speck of Dust)

The Live Radio Collection: Episode I, Multiple Roles (Speck of Dust)

Playmaking Showcase, Freda, Gloria (Astoria Performing Arts Center)

Thieves and Bad, Bad Lies, Wendelyn (Speck of Dust)

Leader of the Pack, Rosie/Ensemble (Coe College Mainstage)

Sylvia, Sylvia (Coe College/Emily Wilke)

Whose Life Is It Anyway, Dr. Jacobs (Coe College Mainstage)

Electric Sun, Mel (Minnesota Fringe Festival)

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Nick Bottom (Coe College Mainstage)

Pride and Prejudice, Mrs. Bennet (Coe College Mainstage)

Tartuffe, Elmire (Coe College Mainstage)

Download Zoë’s résumé